High Bandwidth Sensor Module for Mobile Robot Applications-Wind Tunnel Characterization†
AbstractWe have developed a sensor module containing high-bandwidth VOC and gas sensors (including novel acoustic, custom MOX and low-cost NDIR) to evaluate the concentration of gases in a hazardous environment. We report upon the initial characterization of two MOX gas sensors (1 mm × 1 mm) with coatings of Pd/Pt doped SnO2 and pure WO3 inside a wind tunnel to plumes of acetone and ethanol (<10 ppm). The orientation and position of the sensor module in the tunnel was investigated. The unit was tested in a real-world environment with a VOC (propanol); fluctuating sensor responses demonstrated the formation of gas plumes.
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Vincent, T.A.; Xing, Y.; Cole, M.; Gardner, J.W. High Bandwidth Sensor Module for Mobile Robot Applications-Wind Tunnel Characterization. Proceedings 2017, 1, 421.
Vincent TA, Xing Y, Cole M, Gardner JW. High Bandwidth Sensor Module for Mobile Robot Applications-Wind Tunnel Characterization. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):421.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vincent, Timothy A.; Xing, Yuxin; Cole, Marina; Gardner, Julian W. 2017. "High Bandwidth Sensor Module for Mobile Robot Applications-Wind Tunnel Characterization." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 421.
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